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  • Blog Post: ADFS Certificate Maintenance - v1

    Over the past several weeks, we've celebrated the 1 year anniversary of our ADFS deployment. I say it this way, because the only reason I know this, is that the certificates on the servers keep expiring, and things would break unexpectedly. Yeah, yeah, yeah...I could have, would have, and SHOULD have...
  • Blog Post: Identity and Access Webcast Series

    Here's some info on some upcoming webcasts... This first series is for the "Technical Decision Makers", but I'll post the "IT Pro" series when they get announced. -Brian -------------- Microsoft offers a broad range of technologies and products to enable a customer’s identity and access infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: ADFS and Liability Continued...

    hmm...let's see...I wrote a blog, Pam left a comment, I replied to her comment with another blog, and so (if you haven't seen it yet) Pam posted her own blog entry here ... This is actually kind of fun! You should read (all of) her posts anyways, but to save some screen flipping here's the meat of...
  • Blog Post: Comment on ADFS Liability

    My favorite Calgary-ian Pam left the following comment on my last blog post: Hm. In a perfect world, there would need to be a contractual component to any and all technical federations, and those contractual components should go through review by the privacy officer, and also by the admin team...
  • Blog Post: ADFS Documentation

    Wouldn't it be cool if there was a blog where someone was posting documentation about ADFS? Well looky here - apparently this has been around for a while, but since I just recently discovered it I thought I'd share... http://blogs.technet.com/adfs_documentation/
  • Blog Post: ADFS and Domain Admins (or anyone else for that matter)

    I spend a lot of time answering questions or making comments in e-mails that would make good blog posts. So it may seem a bit cheesy (at least it does to me), but it's turning out that reposting these e-mails seems like an easy way to do this...so here's another one...hope you don't mind (again, some...